Full-Time Data Entry/File Clerk 2pm-10pm – Tereeb
To create letters, bills, statements, receipts, checks, and other papers, the File Clerk writes, types, or enters data into a computer. Form letters, spreadsheets, flow charts, work-papers, and envelopes are some of the office products that are processed by this employee. Accurately verifies information against existing records, uploads information into records or ledgers and provides necessary equipment. A customer service representative greets customers and supports them with any general issues or concerns they may have. They answer the phone, direct calls to the appropriate department, or take accurate and comprehensive messages.
Job Title : Data Entry/File Clerk 2pm-10pm
Location : Tereeb, Aseer, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 19.58 per hour.
Company : Unitedhealth Group
Job Type : Full-Time
- To keep policies and procedures up to date, it’s critical to keep an eye on how clients are progressing with their applications. Make sure the allegation you’re investigating is true or false.
- keep precise and efficient records of one’s personal and business affairs.
- Input data into specific data fields or onto tapes or disks for future entry by reading source documents (such as canceled checks, sales reports, and invoices) with the use of keyboards or scanners.
- Validates the accuracy and timeliness of data by comparing it to previously gathered data, updating existing records, and purchasing new equipment.
- Income is taken into consideration when determining how many hours of care a client is entitled to. Clients may be given appropriate papers to keep their eligibility intact.
- Work include doing typical clerical and typing duties that are necessary for processing a variety of office items, such as form letters, purchase orders, and envelopes.
- develops and updates flowcharts, spreadsheets and work papers, and statistical analyses on a regular basis.
- The basic tasks of this role include welcoming and aiding callers with a range of problems, such as general concerns or complaints, as well as providing information.
- All aspects of file administration are handled in a proper and discrete manner by the File Clerk, who works directly under the supervision of the File Manager.
- Make sure you gather, sort, and double-check your data before you put it into the system! It’s possible to fix mistakes that people make when they enter data. You can also tell your bosses about any problems you find. Use a validation template or check the data against the source document to see if it’s correct.
- It is crucial to be able to cope with a wide range of personalities, looks, and communication styles.
- must have a working knowledge of accounting, database administration, the internet, inventory management, spreadsheet and word processing applications, as well as order processing and payroll systems
- Computer keyboard skills are essential for creating documents like reports and schedules for various projects and initiatives.
- Working under tight deadlines requires extreme precision and meticulous attention to detail.
- You must have earned a high school diploma or a general education degree (GED), or you must have completed one to three months of similar experience and/or training, or you must have obtained an equivalent combination of education and experience.